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Leith pavement buckles in afternoon heat

Edinburgh

Schoolgirl left screaming in agony after aerosol flamethrower ‘prank’

Crime

Here's how long the heatwave will last in Scotland

News

Hunt for hit and run driver after five car bypass crash

Crime

Accused ‘was coming to woman’s aid’ at time of alleged murder

Edinburgh

Concerns grow for missing Edinburgh woman

Edinburgh

Lawyers claim key evidence at trams inquiry ‘affected by jet-lag’

Transport

Multi vehicle crash results in huge delays for commuters

Edinburgh

How hot does it have to be before you can legally leave work?

News

Helen Martin: Scandal of free bus passes and parking for councillors

Helen Martin
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Chris is Sick Kids’ real life action hero

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Rich Osborn is raising money for the spinal cord injury charity Back Up

Rich tackles Snowdon ascent in wheelchair for charity

News
Dr Ian Elliott has so far raised around �1700 from taking part in Alzheimer's Research UK's Running Down Dementia challenge

Ian steps up in 200k Alzheimer’s challenge for mum

News

Revealed: New plans for trams and cars to share single lane on Leith Walk

Transport
Lynzi Leroy is founder of the Scottish Design Exchange

Retail rebel creates sales as an art form

Business

‘I’m excited to get the chance to go back to a normal life’ says brave Kira Noble

Health
Artist and model Rosalind Main is raising money for The Butterfly Trust

Artist and model Rosalind in charity fundraising drive

News

Retro strip to work day is a real winner

News

Eve Smith-Lang makes GB wakeboarding team at age 13

News

Sci-fi Con set to set to return next year in a 3 day format

News

Musselburgh supermarket installs reverse vending machine for plastic bottles

News
Currie High School. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Currie High teacher sent inappropriate photos and suggestive messages to ex-pupil

Edinburgh

Schoolgirl left screaming in agony after aerosol flamethrower ‘prank’

Crime

Hunt for hit and run driver after five car bypass crash

Crime
Wioleta Wisinska was last seen on Thursday morning. Picture: Police hand out.

Concerns grow for missing Edinburgh woman

Edinburgh

Accused ‘was coming to woman’s aid’ at time of alleged murder

Edinburgh

City’s top cop pledges crackdown on drugs and antisocial crime

News

Body found in city park by dog-walker

Crime

Attempted murder in West Lothian

Crime
Ian Wightman

Tributes paid to grandfather killed in West Lothian crash

Transport

Hunt for hit and run driver after five car bypass crash

Crime
Brighton Place in Portobello is going to have its cobbled street replaced with a tar surface. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Roadworks campaign finds itself in new jam

Edinburgh
Commuters are stuck in heavy queues eastbound on the M8 this morning. Picture: Traffic Scotland

Heavy delays on M8 as lorry sheds its load

Our Region
Radio presenter Jenni Falconer takes part in the HSBC UK Let's Ride event in the capital. Picture: SWpix.com

Mass cycle takes over Edinburgh city centre

Transport
Andrew Fitchie gave explosive evidence to the inquiry in October 2017. Picture:: TSPL

Lawyers claim key evidence at trams inquiry ‘affected by jet-lag’

Transport
The children had been due to fly from Edinburgh Airport.

Ryanair criticised as boys football team miss Dutch trip in check-in blow

Edinburgh

Final day for Virgin Trains East Coast following franchise failure

Transport

Spate of traffic collisions cause heavy delays in west Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Large paint spillage holds up traffic at South Gyle Crescent

Edinburgh

Hibs in Europe: The cheapest and quickest ways for fans to travel to the Faroe Islands

Edinburgh
A replica of Fettes College is to be built in China

Plans revealed for Fettes College replica to be built in China

Edinburgh
The Edinburgh school will be copied in the nominally communist country right down to the house system and leafy grounds. Picture: TSPL

Recreation inspired by Edinburgh’s Fettes College to open in China

Education
Cllr Ian Perry said to vice-convener Alison Dickie: "I wonder who dug them up."

Senior councillor accused over ‘disrespectful’ remark

Education

Confirmed: Edinburgh Council axe decision to merge WHEC and Currie

Edinburgh

Massive capital school pledge - despite £200m bill

Education

Ground breaking capital scientists save pigs’ bacon

News

Controversial Edinburgh school merger bid axed

Education

Steve Cardownie: Right of pupils to a good education should be above politics

Opinion
Race for Life, Holyrood park, Edinburgh.

2000 take part in Capital’s Race for Life

Health
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Chris is Sick Kids’ real life action hero

News
ERI Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Little France. Picture: Greg Macvean

ERI cancels ops ‘due to lack of sterilised equipment’

Edinburgh
Rory and Pearson, a pair of alpacas, are to make their showbiz debut at an old people's home with cult singer Bobby Velvet at Fringe by the Sea in North Berwick.

Singer Bobby Velvet forms alpacas trio for North Berwick show

Entertainment

Watch: Mum shares video of son’s fit in cannabis oil bid

Edinburgh
Ministers unveiled the plans to make Scotland smoke-free by 2034. Picture: Toby Williams

Radical new plans revealed to turn Scotland smoke free by 2034

Politics
The common cold could be on the way out, according to Scots researchers. Picture: TSPL

Mammal molecule could hold key to curing cold, say Scots researchers

Edinburgh

Scots consume ‘10 litres of pure alcohol a year’

Health

Brian Montieth: May is showing a healthy political savvy – at last

Opinion

Capital mum’s fresh hope in cannabis battle

News

Ill woman begs Nicola Sturgeon: ‘please don’t let me die’

Health
100,000 people marched through London calling for a 'people's vote' on Saturday. Picture: PA

Ian Swanson: Best Remain can hope for is a fudge to sweeten exit

Opinion
A typical Airbnb host in Edinburgh earns �4300 a year by sharing their space for four nights a month

Airbnb: Kezia Dugdale is right - we should be regulated

Business
The Mound was closed to traffic on Clean Air Day. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Helen Martin: Clean Air Day was beyond a choke

Opinion
The poor quality of Edinburgh's existing road surfaces is a problem for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Chas Booth: Fix our roads before building new ones

Opinion

Helen Martin: Glasgow art school’s time has drawn to a close

Opinion

Leader comment: Why is Edinburgh so bad at bin collections?

Opinion

Kevin Buckle: Mike Scott’s video was right up my street!

Opinion

Liam Rudden: On a mini-tour following the Staggs Bar Monarchs

Opinion
Councils are failing to prepare for the impact on students. Picture: Getty Images

Girls ‘negatively affected’ by new rules on transgender school pupils

News
100,000 people marched through London calling for a 'people's vote' on Saturday. Picture: PA

Ian Swanson: Best Remain can hope for is a fudge to sweeten exit

Opinion
Former Woolworths site on 181-195 St John's Road. Picture: Contributed

Plan to knock down former Woolies site for new shops and flats

Corstorphine
The poor quality of Edinburgh's existing road surfaces is a problem for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Chas Booth: Fix our roads before building new ones

Opinion
Thousands took part in the march, similar to this one held in Glasgow.

Thousands march in Scottish Independence rally in Bannockburn

News
green councillors are urging a rethink on sports hall charges

Calls for delay on Edinburgh sports hall charge

News
Mike Russell said Holyrood will no longer approve Brexit Bills following a power grab from Westminster

Holyrood won’t approve Brexit bills until ‘broken’ devolution system is fixed - Mike Russell

News

Leader comment: Why is Edinburgh so bad at bin collections?

Opinion

Council: Not enough lorries to cope with overflowing bins

News

Ruth Davidson vows to protect needs of Scottish farmers post-Brexit

Politics

Parents’ fury as promise to rebuild Liberton school is broken

Politics
100,000 people marched through London calling for a 'people's vote' on Saturday. Picture: PA

Ian Swanson: Best Remain can hope for is a fudge to sweeten exit

Opinion
A typical Airbnb host in Edinburgh earns �4300 a year by sharing their space for four nights a month

Airbnb: Kezia Dugdale is right - we should be regulated

Business
Former Woolworths site on 181-195 St John's Road. Picture: Contributed

Plan to knock down former Woolies site for new shops and flats

Corstorphine
Andrew Fitchie gave explosive evidence to the inquiry in October 2017. Picture:: TSPL

Lawyers claim key evidence at trams inquiry ‘affected by jet-lag’

Transport
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